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Gene therapy pioneered by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, University College London and the Royal Free Hospital provides men with hemophilia B reliable relief from the bleeding disorder.
Protein Predicts Response To New Immunotherapy Drug
Trial shows that response to treatment may be predicted by the presence of an immune-suppressing protein in non-cancerous immune cells.
NIAID/GSK Experimental Ebola Vaccine Appears Safe, Prompts Immune Response
Results from NIH Phase 1 clinical trial support accelerated development of candidate vaccine.
Researchers Develop Efficient Method to Produce Nanoporous Metals
New technique to manufacture nanoporous metals is cheap and can be done over many scales.
Turkeys may be Lifesavers
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A Hybrid Vehicle That Delivers DNA
University at Buffalo researchers are developing new technology to improve DNA vaccines. The new transport system for DNA vaccines could help treat HIV, malaria, HPV and other major illnesses.
Big Data Set To Make A Big Difference In Childhood Cancer Treatment
UTS researchers are working with the Kids Research Institute to visualise large quantities of patient data to better diagnose and treat childhood cancer patients.
Two Studies Identify A Detectable, Pre-Cancerous State In The Blood
Findings pave way for new lines of cancer research focused on detection and prevention.
A Link between DNA Transcription and Disease-Causing Expansions Which Lead to Hereditary Disorders
A Tufts University study explores the relationship between transcription and the expansions of DNA repeats.
Did You Hear The One About The Two Businessmen On A Plane?
EquipNet’s vision ‘to revolutionize the way companies manage their surplus assets’ was first conceived at 30,000 feet somewhere between Chicago and Boston in 1999. Here we learn more about the company's first 15 years.
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Understanding Fat Metabolism at the Organism Level – A Comprehensive Metabolic Screen of C. elegans.
Dr Jules Griffin, University of Cambridge, speaking at Advances in Metabolic Profiling 2011.
Date Posted: Monday, April 02, 2012
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